Musical Interlude #2

Musical Interlude #2

In this second instalment of our Musical Interlude series we have five very different music videos for you. A romp around the streets of Paris in Allo Allo, the visually stunning and metaphorical Remember by Raveyards, an acapella cover of Gotye Hit Somebody That I Used To Know, the colourful AU-OJ By Takcom and the imaginative, board game destroying Get By by Delta Heavy.

The album recommendation of the week is Loot by Filastine, which Pitchfork Says “presents a vision of worldwide bass culture that acknowledges both the importance of context and the problematic and positive ways global connectivity changes things by bringing far-flung sounds together.”

Allo Allo {Deux Américains à Paris} by Land of Nod Inc.

Remember by Raveyards

Somebody That I Used To Know (Acapella) by Pentatonix

AU-OJ by Takcom

Get By by Delta Heavy

Loot by Filastine

Anthony Timmons is the founder of AMPt Design and runs spoutfire.com.

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